What to do with SharePoint in Office 365

Many organizations are migrating to Microsoft’s cloud-based subscription for Office 365 to take advantage of new features, tools, and support. With Office 365, some organizations have access to SharePoint for the very first time. SharePoint has always been known as a document storage solution, but in the last few years the product has received valuable updates and enhancements that include enterprise content management, digital workflow automation, and even webpage building.

In this webinar, RPI Consultants provides a comprehensive overview of SharePoint, including the features you already know about and some you don’t, and discuss ways that SharePoint can be used to consolidate enterprise content management and storage.

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John Marney:
Thanks for joining us for another RPI Consultants Webinar Wednesday. First Wednesday of every month, presenting content to you on various software platforms that we work with. Make sure my clicker works here. There we go.

Today, we’re going to be talking about what to do with SharePoint and Flows and some other things that are available in Office 365. If you, like me, are fairly new to Office 365, you may have encountered a lot of things that you didn’t previously have access to before, a lot of tools and platforms, and you might be thinking, “Well, how can I leverage these things that we’re paying for, for my organization?” I’m going to help you talk through some of that.

Coming up, we have some additional webinars and office hours. Next month, next Webinar Wednesday, we’re going to have two Kofax centered presentations. Kofax has a new program for migrating from Capture and KTM to Kofax TotalAgility. We’ll talk about that on June 3rd in the morning, and then in the afternoon we’ll talk about upgrading Kofax Process Director to 7.8. That is focused primarily on SAP cloud.

For Office Hours, if you joined us for my morning session today, I did an overview of some digital signature solutions, so next Friday I’m actually going to be doing a deep dive, doing some setups, doing some integrating with DocuSign, AssureSign, Adobe Sign, we’ll see. Please, if that’s something you’re interested in, join me on May 15th.

Then, on May 29th, we’re going to be continuing the office hour that we started last Friday where we did some fairly simple RPA integrations with some Excel manipulations. We’re going to be expanding on that to discuss system and database integration to Kofax RPA as well.

However, the concepts broadly apply to other RPA platforms as well, so even if already have or are already invested in an RPA platform, you may find some valuable content there.

Something new that we’re doing that we’re calling VUE, or Virtual User Exchange, hosted by RPI Consultants on May 21st. The idea is that this is a virtual user group since we aren’t allowed, or shouldn’t, or can’t, whatever, get together for user groups, all day on May 21st, we’re going to be having a number of different tracks. About 75 percent of the content is oriented towards our N4 clients, N4 Lawson. However, My Team, the Content Process Automation team, has a track that has some content for OnBase for accounts payable automation, digital transformation in general, so please, we would love to get some feedback on that. We’re using a cool piece of software that allows us to have a little bit better collaboration. It’s not GoToWebinar, so, really interested to present some content for you there.

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